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The Office of the Workers Advisor is independent of the Worker's Compensation Board (WCB) and offers: a free service available to all injured workers (or their families) a source of information and guidance on your options if you are not satisfied with the decisions relating to your claim...
Your tourism website may be eligible for provincial financial assistance to offset some of the costs of translating the website. The Tourism Website French Translation Support Program increases the web presence of tourism services available in French in PEI. The Fund is used to translate existing...
All signs within view of an Island Highway are controlled by the, Highway Signage Act, . Tourism business signs provide the travelling public with directional signage in a concise, visible manner. Only businesses defined as “tourism business” in the Regulations may apply. Examples of tourism...
The purpose of the Island Welcome Centre Program is to assist non-profit/community operated visitor information centres with the delivery of quality customer service. Tourism PEI staff provide support, direction and training, to ensure the minimum standards identified in the program are being met...
The, Tourism Industry Ac, t requires by law that occupancy information (room nights sold and room nights available) for all fixed roof accommodation and campgrounds on Prince Edward Island must be submitted to the Compliance Division of the Ministry of Tourism as a condition of licensing....
All signs within view of Island highways are controlled by the, Highway Signage Act, An on-premise sign can only describe the business operating at that civic address A permit is required for placement An on-premise sign is located at the civic address of a business. An example of this would be...
Festivals and events require approval to allow for temporary special event signs on Island highways. All signs within view of an Island highway are controlled by the, Highway Signage Act, . All special event signs require permits. A special event sign is used during a specific festival or event....
Your newly developed cultural tourism product may be available for provincial financial assistance to offset some start-up costs. The Tourism Innovation Fund assists in the research, development and market launch of new cultural tourism products. Projects supported by the fund will develop or...
Regional tourism associations may be eligible to receive provincial financial assistance to develop new PEI tourism products. Regional Product Development Fund investments are non-repayable contributions intended to strengthen Prince Edward Island’s tourism regions. Projects supported by the Fund...
The report of the Signage Review Committee is available for reading online. Charlottetown Shaw Building